New Zealand Womens Rugby League Team Named

THE following players have been selected to represent the Kiwi Ferns at the NZWRL Oceania Tournament to be held on the 7th and 8th of September 2002 at Walter Massey Park Auckland and will be coached by Lawrence Brydon (Bay of Plenty):

Great Britain announce squad to play Kiwis

GREAT Britain head coach David Waite has started his preparations to face World Cup finalists New Zealand in November's three-Test series in this country by naming a 32-man training squad.

Sin Bin column, page 32, Sydney Morning Herald. 9th August

TO all Newtown RLFC members and supporters:

What A Great Weekend-for some.

NEWCASTLE'S premiership defence lay in tatters on Sunday, with a lengthening queue of contenders led by a rampant Cronulla ready to take advantage of the ailing premier.

Broncos, another kettle of fish.

BRISBANE will be harder next weekend. That is the sobering thought for the Warriors as they recover from the high of beating the competition's best.

Betham Looking to Semi's Playoffs.

SIDELINED skipper Monty Betham could be poised to make a stunning return to the Warriors in time for next month's NRL playoffs.

Castleford Tigers Press Release

ANDY Johnson returns to the Tiger's squad after missing the last two games and loose forward Ryan Hudson also figures after withdrawing late from last week's Halifax game. Academy youngster Adam Thaler retains his place in the nineteen whilst Mitch Healey misses out although his two-match suspension has now been halved after appealing.

Sharks Demolish the Knights

A beautiful day, a packed ground, and the home team on fire. The Sharks demolish the Knights by 64 - 14

Eagles swoop to pip Dragons at the post

(PIC: Steven Menzies and Lance Thompson)

Parra thrash Souths

THE Parramatta Eels have completely outclassed the Souths Sydney Rabbitohs by 54-0 at Parramatta Stadium tonight.

Warriors stop Bulldogs in their tracks

THE New Zealand Warriors have handed the Bulldogs their first defeat since round one of the NRL Telstra Premiership season as they run out convincing 22-14 winners at Ericsson Stadium this evening.

Storm overcome Cowboys and heat to keep finals hopes alive

THE Melbourne Storm have beaten the North Queensland Cowboys, 40-30 in a high scoring encounter played in heatwave conditions in Townsville this afternoon.

The Telegraph put the bite on Bailey - editorial

THE facts...

Roosters shut down Broncos Charge

A vocal crowd of 23,991 at ANZ witnessed an in form Roosters side beating the home side by 28-18

Storm's fresh approach

STORM coach Mark Murray believes Melbourne has regained the spring in its step required to overcome the North Queensland Cowboys this weekend, despite his clubs two game losing streak.

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